SERVICES AND FEES
Assessment by a Clinical Psychologist
Supervision, Consultation and Training to Professionals
Training, Consultation and Coaching for schools and employers
All services are offered online or by telephone
You might wish you consider an assessment for Psychological therapy if you or your child is experiencing (amongst other needs):
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Low self esteem
Difficulties in managing emotions and relationships
Risk and Crisis Work
As an Independent practitioner, my service cannot safely support those in crisis, experiencing severe depression, or suicidal thoughts. Individuals who experience these types of difficulties are much more appropriately and safely supported by a multi-disciplinary team who have access to emergency care and different types of treatments. The NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) and Adult Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT) can be accessed via your GP. This is in line with my professional guidelines and local safeguarding policies and procedures.
Referrals can be privately funded or funded through Healthcare Insurance where available.
All sessions (assessment or intervention) are 50 mins are are charged at £120 per session. A brief GP letter is included in your assessment fee.
PLEASE NOTE Care co-ordination, communication with other professionals, referrals, letters to schools, telephone calls over 15 minutes, attendance at meetings and travel are charged at £120 per hour.
For professionals, Schools and Businesses:
Training, Workshops, Consultation, Coaching and Supervision, charges are provided on request, please contact to discuss your needs.
For those with Healthcare Insurance, please contact me to discuss whether I accept your Insurer and ensure that you have an authorisation code. Please also check if you have an excess or co-pay policy to pay.
Information for clients
What is a Clinical Psychologist?
Clinical Psychologists have completed Doctoral level qualifications that include specific training in assessment, formulation and delivery of therapy with clients of all ages, and from all backgrounds. Clinical Psychologists are assessed across supervised clinical placements within the National Health Service. Practitioner Psychologist (Clinical) is a protected title and all Clinical Psychologists must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as a licence to practice. The British Psychological Society sets out clinical and ethical guidelines for practice. I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with the British Psychological Society.
What types of therapy are available?
I use individualised, person focused formulations of clients needs and offer only evidence based treatments (that is, treatments that are recommended by the National Institute for Clinical Evidence (NICE guidelines), including but not limited to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Compassion Focused therapy, Mindfulness.
Please see the excellent leaflets by the Royal College of Psychiatry and Mind- links in Resources
The approach offered is driven an initial assessment and the development of an individual formulation of your needs. Together we will explore your needs and develop a sense of how they have emerged and what is maintaining any difficulties, and use this to inform and direct the therapeutic approach. We will set specific goals and use a range of measures so that you can monitor your progress and change.
Work with carers
I can offer carer sessions to support the work with loved one. This may include adjacent skills sessions on supporting your child with anxiety or low mood, or behaviour management. I can also offer sessions to carers focused on stress and burnout. For adult clients who consent I can offer carer support to partners and family members, for example on understanding and supporting your current needs, helping to support change, or managing relationships.